Howlett Laboratory

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Welcome to the Howlett laboratory Wiki. The newly established Howlett Laboratory is located in the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology in the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island. We are interested in understanding the causes of the rare genetic disorder Fanconi anemia (FA). FA is characterized by developmental defects, bone marrow failure, and an increased susceptibility to cancer.

Positions Available

Several positions are currently available in the Howlett lab. Please contact Niall Howlett for details

Research Interests

Fanconi Anemia Laboratories

The following is a by-no-means exhaustive list of Fanconi anemia laboratories.
The Alter lab, National Cancer Institute
The Andreassen lab, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
The Auerbach lab, Rockefeller University
The Bagby lab, Oregon Health & Science University
The D'Andrea lab, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
The Dutta lab, University of Virginia
The Grompe lab, Oregon Health & Science University
The Hoatlin lab Wiki, Oregon Health & Science University
The Kupfer lab, University of Virginia
The Meetei lab, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
The Meyn lab, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
The Patel lab, MRC, Cambridge, UK
The Taniguchi lab, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
The Wang lab, National Institute on Aging

Fanconi Anemia Resources

The following is a list of Fanconi anemia web resources for families and researchers.
The Fanconi Anemia Research Fund
Fanconi Anemia: Signs, Symptoms, and Long-term Outlook
Fanconi Anemia on the Wikipedia
Fanconi Anemia/Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Hope for Henry
Fanconi Anemia Antibody Project
OMIM, Fanconi Anemia
NCI Inherited Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes, FA
The Fanconi Mutation Database
Comprehensive Center for Fanconi Anemia, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, FA Comprehensive Care Center
EMedicine, Fanconi Anemia
Gene Tests; Fanconi Anemia
The UK Fanconi Anaemia Association
Fanconi Anemia Canada
Children's Cancer Web, Fanconi Anemia
Fanconi Anemia Family Village
MazorNet Fanconi Anemia